Škoda has finally completed the launch of three greener versions of its recently updated Fabia, the star-selling subcompact of the Czech marque. The models that have been launched under the GreenLine label are two TDI Fabias, a hatchback (check our post about the UK price here) and a combi (station wagon) and a FlexFuel, able to run on E85.

The TDIs are equipped with the 1.4 TDi you can find in the complete VW line of European models and brands, like the Volkswagen Polo BlueMotion and the Seat Ibiza Ecomotive (an older iteration of this engine equipped the Audi A2). The car is good for 4.2 l/100 km (56 US mpg) and 110 CO2 g/km.

The FlexFuel is an adapted version of the 1.6 MPi good for 106 HP, aimed for markets like the Scandinavian countries. No consumption figures nor CO2 emissions were announced.

[Source: European Dealer Network]



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